Comments for: Cuba opens pipeline of baseball talent to Japan, but US left out

Posted July 03, 2014, at 10:48 p.m.

HAVANA/TOKYO — Cuba is allowing some of its best baseball players to take their skills to Japan and make good money instead of risking their lives at sea with human traffickers in pursuit of Major League Baseball dreams. The bright lights of the U.S. big leagues do still draw Cuban …

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